Gucci Mane apparently has several collabs on the way and he’s excited to share the news.
The popular rap star is prepping for his next album, ‘Woptober,’ and it appears he’s been plenty busy in the studio working with quite a few artists!
While there’s plenty of new music from the ATL veteran on the way, Guwop took to snapchat recently to reveal he’s been working on some monster collabs and in doing so… inadvertently spilled the tea that an Outkast project may be in the works!
Usher, who is still battling his ex-wife Tameka in an ongoing bitter custody dispute, attended the late night game with lil Cinco, 5 & Naviyd, 4 while Big was spotted with his two sons, Cross, 12 and Bamboo, 13.
…his girlfriend dumped him and he didn’t know how to drive.
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton aka Daddy Fat Sacks aka my future ex-husband joins in on MTV’s “When I Was 17”, where he reminisces about the days when he was a cute lil chubby cheeked teen at Tri City High School in East Point, Georgia.
Is that a paisley shirt & overalls Twan? *giggles*
Several of the crew, including Kawan “KP” Prather and Cee Lo Green, reflect on his Big’s unique style, while Sir Lucious Left Foot shares stories from the days he spent working at Foot Locker in Underground Atlanta, as well as his first time doing open mic with Dre’ back in the day.
Andre 3000 & Big Boi
Check out Big Boi’s “When I Was 17” episode below + photos of Twan and the crew from early ’90s: Continue Reading…
The Big Kidz Foundation partnered with Moving In The Spirit for the 2nd year to implement a innovative summer program entitled “Rhyme and Reason”.
Moving In The Spirit is an Atlanta based art non-profit organization that produces art based programs designed to bring young people in urban communities together. The kids who participated in the two-week program were taught effective presentations skills, self-confidence, as well as enhance their dance abilities.
Big Boi paid a special visit to the camp Thursday, August 5, 2010 and was honored with a special performance by the camp participants.